Detail View: LUNA: Folger Digital Image Collection: The misterie of iniquitie. Plainely layd open by a lay-Christian, no profest diuine, out of truth in humanity, and rules of naturall reason. Whereby the world may see, read and vnderstand, the proud and vaine comparison of a cardinalles red-hat, and a kin

Digital Image File Name: 
111138
Source Call Number: 
STC 17934 copy 1
Source Creator: 
Milles, Tho.(Thomas), 1550?-1627?
Source Title: 
The misterie of iniquitie. Plainely layd open by a lay-Christian, no profest diuine, out of truth in humanity, and rules of naturall reason. Whereby the world may see, read and vnderstand, the proud and vaine comparison of a cardinalles red-hat, and a kin
Source Created or Published: 
1610 [i.e. 1611]
Physical Description: 
leaf Q1 recto
Digital Image Type: 
FSL collection
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD: 
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Creator (Hamnet): 
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627?, author.
Title (Hamnet): 
The misterie of iniquitie : plainely layd open by a lay-Christian, no profest diuine, out of truth in humanity, and rules of naturall reason : whereby the world may see, read and vnderstand, the proud and vaine comparison of a cardinalles red-hat, and a kings golden crowne : alwayes prouided, in reading, read all, or read nothing at all.
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
[London] :
Publisher (Hamnet): 
[Printed by William Jaggard for the author],
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
1610 [i.e. 1611?]
Physical Description (Hamnet): 
[62] p. ; 30 cm (fol.)
Subject (Hamnet): 
Great Britain -- Commerce -- Early works to 1800.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Copy 1. Made-up copies (Publishing) DFo
Subject (Hamnet): 
Copy 1-2. Annotations (Provenance) DFo
Subject (Hamnet): 
Copy 1-2. Insertions (Provenance) DFo
Subject (Hamnet): 
Copy 2. Sammelbands (Provenance) DFo
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Jaggard, William, 1569-1623, printer.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627?, publisher.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Hardwicke, Philip Yorke, Earl of, 1690-1764, former owner.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872, former owner.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627?, annotator.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627?, annotator,
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Downshire, Marquesses of, former owner.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Published anonymously; by Thomas Milles.
Notes (Hamnet): 
An entirely different work from Milles' "The mistery of iniquity : discouered in these acroamaticall lessons", [1609?] (STC 17933)
Notes (Hamnet): 
Printer's name from STC.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Imprint date is corrected from '1610' to '1611' in all known copies that have a date. Variant state: same setting of type but without imprint date.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Printed slip-insertions and manuscript marginalia by the author/publisher throughout, varying between individual copies. See Heather Wolfe and Bill Sherman, "Margents and all: Thomas Milles between manuscript and print," The collation, 26 July 2013.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Signatures: [A]² B-P² [Q]²(-Q2); A1 is blank.
Citations (Hamnet): 
STC (2nd ed.) 17934
Citations (Hamnet): 
ESTC S114600
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet): 
Imprint date altered in ms. to read '1611'. Made-up copy: two unsigned leaves from another work by Milles inserted after t.p.; one unsigned leaf (also from a work by Milles?), trimmed and inserted after I2. Lacking blank. Slip-insertions on C1r-v, D2r, E2v, I2r, K1r, L1r, L2v, M2v, O2r and [Q]1r. Illustration on H2r is hand-colored. Quarter calf binding with marbled paper over board; trimmed to 26 cm. Provenance: armorial bookplate of Philip, Earl of Hardwicke (motto "nec cupias nec metuas") [Yorke family library]; Sir Thomas Phillipps copy
Call Number (Hamnet): 
STC 17934 copy 1